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Arthur man injured in auger accident

ARTHUR, N.D. - A 56-year-old man was injured Monday afternoon after his foot got stuck inside an auger on a farm near Arthur. Terry Lynn Gebeke, of Arthur, was cleaning out a grain bin when the accident occurred, a Cass County Sheriff's Departmen...

ARTHUR, N.D. - A 56-year-old man was injured Monday afternoon after his foot got stuck inside an auger on a farm near Arthur.

Terry Lynn Gebeke, of Arthur, was cleaning out a grain bin when the accident occurred, a Cass County Sheriff's Department news release said.

Authorities, including Arthur Fire and Rescue, and the Hunter and F-M ambulance companies responded to the farm at 2:56 p.m. about 2½ miles west of Arthur, according to the regional dispatch log. Gebeke was airlifted to MeritCare Hospital in Fargo after crews freed him from the auger. He was listed in guarded condition, a hospital spokeswoman said Monday night.

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